Raising their hands in the raised arm open hand peace salute, up to 10,000 Italians sang in praise of Benito Mussolini to mark 100 years since the beginning of his leadership of renaissance 1922-1945 Italy.
Michael Walsh-McLaughlin when British Movement Party leader made international headlines when with comrades of various nationalities, he chained himself to the railings of the American Embassy in Madrid.
A DAY IN IRISH HISTORY: 17 July 1920 – The IRA executes English Army officer Colonel Gerald Bryce Ferguson Smyth in Cork.
Occasionally, a birthday crops up to give one pause for thought. The date is May 7, which is 70 years since the passing of a stellar star, Eva Peron (1919 – 1952), a diminutive figure of a woman who has frustrated left and right since she inspired belief in the power of women worldwide.
Turning illustrated pages we discover in clear layman’s terms everything we need to know about the phenomenal rise to twice-elected power of a highly decorated veteran of the frontlines of the Great War’s most ferocious battles.
MICHAEL WALSH, despite being shunned by politically-incorrect media, is recognised as one of Europe’s most popular poets. The poetry of Michael Walsh, which shuns unintelligible discordant pseudo-verse, has attracted tributes from tens of thousands.
Ironically, soldier foes killing each other on the Western Front during The Great War (1914-1918) brought to the world a far more eloquent message of peace and goodwill than could any bible-thumping priest berating his sleepy congregation.
Sadly, few boys these days have meaningful relationships with male mentors and father figures, men who can teach and inspire them. Some boys grow up without having been taught by a male teacher or are taught by teachers who have no life or work experience outside of a classroom.
If you get to Spain this summer, watch your tongue. A careless word construed as sympathetic to General Francisco Franco, who despite Washington DC sanctions successfully ruled Spain from his victory in the country’s civil war (1936-9) until his death in 1975 could land you with a fine.
Desperate to thwart the growing Right and Nationalist parties and organisations, the Madrid-based regime of Far-Left Marxist Pedro Sanchez and his PSOE cohorts intend to bring in a law that will make analysis or comment on Spain’s history illegal unless the written or spoken word is approved by the faux-socialist regime.